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    As an Auditor in the Office of Audits within the Office of Inspector General (OIG), you will have a leading role in helping the Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) improve management, strengthen integrity and accountability, and ensure the most efficient, effective, and economical use of resources. Current vacancies exist mainly in the Information Technology (IT) and Security Intelligennce (SI) Divisions and we especially need auditors with knowledge of IT or Security Intelligence systems. Our activities are global in scope, supporting the highest priorities of the Department and BBG. Our oversight extends to the Department's and BBG's 60,000+ employees and more than 270 missions and other facilities worldwide. We remain at the forefront of efforts to identify potential savings and cost efficiencies for the Department and BBG, and strive to provide timely, relevant, and useful feedback on the progress of their programs and initiatives. Our mandate includes the traditional areas of emphasis for the Department and BBG--including diplomatic and consular affairs, security, international broadcasting, contracting, administrative, and financial management, and information technology--as well as new initiatives and priorities such as food security, global health and climate change.

    This position is eligible for telework; additional criteria will be required (e.g., supervisory approval).

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    As an Auditor in IT or SI you will: Execute performance audits and evaluations of both domestic and overseas programs, activities, and functions within the Department and BBG. Determine objectives, scope, and steps needed to complete each assignment. Personally conduct assigned performance audits and evaluations and gather, assemble, and analyze data to formulate findings that satisfy objectives. Develop findings supported by evidentiary data that is technically sound, reasonable, and meet OIG and professional standards, for sections assigned. -Interact effectively and maintain professional working relationships with people at all levels, including external organizations, to accomplish objectives. Contribute to a working environment that promotes teamwork and effective communication and that fosters accountability and personal and professional growth. Provide assistance and support to team members and supervisors, share information, and provide appropriate feedback. Effectively resolve most issues encountered. -Effectively interview auditees to acquire information needed to complete assignments. Give effective oral briefings and presentations to team leader and OIG management on progress of assignment and findings. -Prepare a variety of written products that require minimal supervision and revision to include but not limited to the following: --Reports, which include findings and recommendations, that are objective, factual, and in conformance with OIG and professional standards, and require minimal revision from supervisors. --Other timely, high-quality products that are complete, accurate, objective, factual, and in conformance with OIG policies and standards, including work papers, audit summaries, compliance correspondence, memos, etc. --Review and edit written products prepared by other team members.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Up to 3 weeks periodically (potentially)

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    Status Candidates, Noncompetitive, Former Federal Employees with Reinstatement Eligibility, VEOA, Individuals with Disabilities, Military Spouses, Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Vista, Former Overseas Employees, ICTAP, and CTAP

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    0511 Auditing

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